Posts Tagged‘maternity style’

Maternity Style Essentials

My pregnancy went really quickly, but during those few months I needed to adjust to the new situation and change my style a bit, cause from obvious reasons I couldn’t wear everything I wanted anymore. However, I didn’t have to give up everything I liked. Below you can find a few tips on what to wear during pregnancy, my top 5 essentials every mom-to-be should have in her wardrobe during summertime. Hope, that it will inspire some of you.

Ruffles

I was preparing this post a few days ago, as a last pregnancy outfit – I was hoping for that, at least. I didn’t know then that next day I would be already after a labor. So now everything is different, cause my baby girl is with us at home already. Right now, I cannot write anything more, cause my emotions are difficult to express. Undoubtedly, I am extremely happy and I know that my life won’t be same anymore :).

Striped Midi Dress

Wearing this comfy ribbed dress from Mango during my last days of pregnancy. It’s elastic enough to fit my 39-week belly. I combined it with white old Converse sneakers and classic Ray Ban sunglasses, tying also a leather jacket on my hips to spice up the look a bit.

Windy

It was a windy day yesterday, so it was quite difficult to capture my new breezy blouse from Mango. I love it. As you can see, works great also for pregnant women and it’s suitable for both hot and cooler days. I wore it with maternity jeans (seriously I cannot wait to wear again high-waisted jeans – I miss it the most I think), wedge espadrilles, a basket bag and a bandana.

Lacy Details

You can never go wrong with all black outfit. I like it also during summer time. Here I was wearing this perfect loose and airy lace detailed dress from Mango (now on sale!) in combination with suede cowboy boots and a fedora hat. Very festival-ish look.

Frills&Cold Shoulders

It seems that I love bare shoulder trend this season. When you have no waist, because of your belly, it’s a good alternative to show off bare shoulders – equal feminine in my opinion. This time I was wearing off-the-shoulder design with ruffle hem from SheIn. I combined it with my favorite wedge espadrilles.

Romantic Dress

Next big trend of the season is romanticism. Ruffles, long skirts and Victorian styles are back from the past as I wrote in this post. This vintage-inspired floral printed dress from Poppy Lovers Fashion is just an excellent example of this feminine trend. Wedge espadrilles and a straw bag make a perfect finish of this look.

Ribbed Long Dress

I love clothes which aren’t maternity ones, but are perfect during pregnancy and you can still wear them after a child birth. Actually, during my whole pregnancy, the only maternity clothes which I bought, were 3 pairs of jeans (and I wear only 2 of them) and one pair of leggins. The rest clothes, which I bought during this period, were either oversized styles or very elastic ones, like this cable knit, off-shoulder dress from Mango, which I wrote about earlier here. I really think that buying maternity clothes is a waste of money, becuase pregnancy passes quickly, I mean really quickly. I can’t even believe that I am in my last month right now ;).